172A-2 - Economics 172A Economics 172A Introduction to...

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conomics 172A Economics 172A Introduction to Operation Research art A) (Part A) 2. More Details on Graphical Solutions to Linear Programs inter 2010 Winter 2010 Herb Newhouse 1 eadings Readings illier & Lieberman (9 th dition) Hillier & Lieberman (9 edition) – Ch. 3: Introduction to Linear Programming 1: Prototype Example – 3.1: Prototype Example. – 3.2: The Linear Programming Model. 3: Assumptions of Linear Programming – 3.3: Assumptions of Linear Programming. – 3.4: Additional Examples. 2 utline Outline hy there might not be a nice solution Why there might not be a nice solution. • Recipe for graphical solutions. 3 ur Computer Example Our Computer Example , Max 9 6 ($100,000's) bj t t HL subjec tto: 2 20 (thousands of disk drives)  43 2 (thousands of hours) 4 7 60 (thousands of hours) , 0 (thousands of computers) H L 4
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L H 5 hen There is No Single Solution to an LP When There is No Single Solution to an LP hen there is no single solution, three cases are When there is no single solution, three cases are possible:
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